Today we will show you a beautiful house in Cachagua, Región de Valparaíso, Chile, a project by Cristian Hrdalo Architects. Open concept, lots of glass and natural light certainly deliver a great house here. The connection between indoor/outdoor is amazing, allowing you to enjoy the beautiful view from almost every room. Really inspiring. Check it out!
Make sure to check out Cristian Hrdalo Architects website for further information about this and other inspiring projects. See you next week. :)
Description from the architects: The Paravicini house is a beach house located on Beranda, 150 km on the north of Santiago. The site is a steeply hillside with 2.700 m2 of wide prospect over the Pacific Ocean, the beach and the village of Cachagua. The clients, a Swiss couple with three children, wanted the house to live the beach reflecting their lifestyle, with interconnected and informal spaces but with an extensive program that fit in two floors throughout the width of the property, so each room will enjoy the views of the sea.
The house is completely built in concrete formwork rough handmade with natural wood uncalibrated, increasing the roughness of the concrete and providing a wide range of colors for the walls , an effect enhanced by the indirect artificial light. Travertine marble flooring help hide sand beach shoes, and walnut wood adds warmth to the interiors. The furniture tied all the rooms under the same aesthetic, including the kitchen, which is incorporated to the public areas as another meeting place.
We found this house at ArchDaily.
Photos by Nico Saieh.